Oregon Trail Bear Lake Scenic BywaySoutheast Idaho, from the Utah border, through Soda Springs and west to McCammon, has been traversed by travelers since before recorded history. First by various tribes of natives on their way to “Po-Ha-Ba,” the healing waters of the hot springs at Lava Hot Springs, later by fur trappers, then emigrants on the Oregon Trail.  The Union Pacific Railroad opened the area to freight and passengers circa 1880, McCammon was a stop on “The Gold Road,” the stagecoach and supply road from Salt Lake City to the gold mines in Montana. Printable Map and Itinerary

 

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